Election and Voting Information - 2015

Voting Day is Tuesday March 10, 2015


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Poor Turnout at Raymond School Deliberative

Raymond Town Deliberative Held Saturday Jan. 31


Tuesday - February 17

Raymond "Meet the Candidates" Night 2015

All Raymond citizens are cordially invited to “Meet the Candidates” for both town and school elected positions on Tuesday February 17th at 7:00 pm in the Raymond High School media center.  If necessary, the snow date will be Friday February 20th. 

This informal question and answer session has served both candidates and citizens over the years providing an opportunity for candidates to introduce themselves, and for citizens to ask questions of the candidates prior to elections which will be held on Tuesday March 10th at the Iber Holmes Gove Middle School from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. 

This event is scheduled to be televised live and replayed on RCTV channel 13 or 22 until voting takes place.

There are a few open seats with no registered candidates at this time.  If anyone wishes to run a write-in campaign, they are welcome to participate in this event and announce their intentions.  Anyone interested in doing so, please contact Christina Vogel, event coordinator, at 895-1532 by Monday February 16th.


Saturday - February 7

Raymond School Deliberative Session
Saturday, Feb. 8, at 10 am at the Raymond High School cafeteria.


Saturday - January 31

Raymond Town Deliberative Session
Saturday, Jan. 31, at 10 am at the Raymond High School cafeteria.



Raymond election day will be from 7 am to 7 pm at Iber Holmes Gove Middle School Gymnasium - Town Clerk 895-4735 x 109

Brentwood election day will be from 8 am to 7 pm at the Brentwood Community Center, 190 Route 125, - Town Clerk 642-6400 x 14

Candia election day will be from 6 am to 7pm at the Henry W. Moore School gymnasium at 12 Deerfield Rd - Town Clerk 483-5573

Deerfield election day will be from 7 am to 7 pm at Deerfield Town Hall on 10 Church St. - Town Clerk 463-8811 x 308

Epping election day will be from 8 am to 7 pm at the Middle School Gymnasium - Town Clerk 679-5441

Fremont election day from 7 am to 8 pm at the Ellis School - Town Clerk 895-8693

Nottingham election day will be from 8 am to 7 pm at the Nottingham Community Center - Town Clerk 679-9598

State of New Hampshire Voter ID Law -
Laws of 2012, Chapter 289
Explanatory Document

During the 2012 legislative session the legislature passed House Bill 
1354, also known as the “Voter ID” Law now requires photo identification to vote.

This explanatory document is required under the “Voter ID” law as part 
of the process of educating the public about the law’s requirements and 
application and outlines the law’s requirements from 2012.

What type of photo ID will I need in order to vote?

You will be asked to provide one of the following:

     * Driver’s license issued by any state (even if expired);
     * ID card issued by NH DMV (Division of Motor Vehicles);
     * U.S. Armed Services ID card;
     * U.S. Passport (even if expired);
     * Valid photo ID card issued by either the federal government or a 
state, county or municipal government;
     * Valid student ID card
     * Other photo ID deemed legitimate by the supervisors of the 
checklist, the moderator, or the clerk; or
     * Verification of identity by a supervisor of the checklist, the 
moderator or the clerk.

What if I do not have an approved photo ID?

Any voter who does not present an approved photo ID will be permitted to vote after executing a “challenged voter affidavit.”

A voter who does not have an approved photo ID may obtain a free photo 
ID for voting purposes only by presenting a voucher from their  town/city clerk or the Secretary of State to any NH DMV office that  issues identification.

Is there any post-election action required by me after I vote without  an approved photo ID?

If you filled out a “challenged voter  affidavit” in order to vote on Election Day, you will receive a  verification letter from the Secretary of State, requesting  confirmation that you voted in the election.

If you do not respond in writing to the Secretary of State within 90 days of the date it was  mailed, the Attorney General will conduct an investigation to determine  whether fraudulent voting occurred.

Where can I get more information?

From the  Secretary of State SOS.NH.GOV at 271-3242 or your Town Clerk.






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